the Scotch-Irish of New Hampshire.
Londonderry in Ireland
emigration to New England
settlement of Londond Connecticut, and in part by emigrants from the north of Ireland.
The latter were called Scotch-Irish, for a reason which how.
Ulster, the most northern of the four provinces of Ireland, has been, during the last two hundred and fifty years, sung, there was a rebellion of the Catholics in the north of Ireland.
Upon its suppression, Ulster, embracing the six northernsh throne.
returning from France had landed in Ireland, and was making an effort to recover his lost inheritance.ought their spinning and weaving implements with them from Ireland, and their industry was not once interrupted by an attack nnot forget that intolerance and persecution—especially in Ireland—are by no means exclusively Catholic errors and crimes.
Who persecutes in Ireland now? On what principle of Christian toleration are the poor man's pig and potatoes wrested from him